"Perils of Dominance" author and historian Gareth Porter explodes a number of myths about the US war in Vietnam, including the military threat to America posed by the Soviet Union. Topics: Vietnam, USSR, first-strike
Long before "Fahrenheit 911," there was "Hearts and Minds" (1974), a work that Michael Moore touts as the greatest documentary, perhaps the greatest film, ever made. We talk with "Hearts and Minds" filmmaker Peter Davis, who was at the AFI Silver Theater in Silver Spring, MD, for the film's re-release. (Host: Howard Kohn) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Vietnam, Iraq, documentary
Old VHS dub of a 16mm film on the practice of creating puppet shows that are staged in the water, a tradition in Vietnam. Features dubbed English narration overdubbed over the original Vietnamese language track. Topics: Demolition Kitchen Video, Puppetry, Vietnam, Water puppetry, stage production, craft
REP. DONNA EDWARDS ON CORPORATE FREE SPEECH, HEALTH CARE, WALL STREET, OIL SPILLS, IMMIGRATION, AFGHANISTAN AND OBAMA Completing her first full term in Congress, Maryland Democrat Donna Edwards has earned a national reputation and following as someone who does her homework and speaks her mind. She rejoins us to chat about, among other topics, her constitutional amendment to reverse the Supreme Courtâs recent ruling in Citizens United that corporations enjoy the First Amendment right to... Topics: politics, health care, oil spill, drilling, Afghanistan, immigration, juvenile justice, Vietnam,...